Oscars’ International Feature shortlist revealed, Malaysia’s ‘Prebet Sapu’ doesn’t make cut


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Actors Hidetoshi Nishijima (left) and Toko Miura in a scene from 'Drive My Car', which is Japan's entry for the Oscars' Best International Feature category. Photo: AP

Fifteen contenders were unveiled for the international feature film Academy Award, from among 92 eligible movies, on Tuesday (Dec 21).

Each country is only permitted to submit one film.

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